The Jamestown Arts Center is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary facility created to benefit the community of Jamestown, Rhode Island, and beyond.
Our mission is to engage, enrich and inspire our community through extraordinary arts and educational experiences.
A Collaboration between Local Artists and Friends Wednesday, June 20th 6:00pm Featuring a sneak peak of the dance film in progress ACQUIESCENCE Filmed in Newport, Rhode Island. A perfect setting for a dance on film project inspired by the original choreography called AFFAIRS OF THE HEART created by Attila Joey Csiki. Original music created and[…..]More Info
Call to Artists! A juried market of high-quality unique works made by local artists Artists and Artisans of all kinds are encouraged to apply: painters, jewelers, potters, sculptors, clothing designers, photographers, wood workers, glass artists, etc. Submissions will be juried. You or your representative must be at your “booth” for the entire duration of the[…..]More Info
Year round classes where adults can flex their creativity, find a creative outlet or sharpen their skills. Classes offered in fine arts, technology and design.
Teen classes are geared towards the dynamic adolescent brain – Creative classes & workshops in a variety of fine arts, technology and design driven mediums.
Children: Year round dynamic, hands on classes & vacation and summer camps designed especially for children. We offer creative birthday parties too!
Betwixt and Between: Photography, Time and Place Curated by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew Opening Reception: Friday, July 13, 2018 At our 8th Annual Summer Soirée 6 pm: Champagne Preview with Curator’s Talk 7 – 10 pm: Live Auction, Music and Dancing at our 8th Annual Summer Soirée! Exhibition Dates: July 13 – August 18, 2018 Gallery[…..]
A furry, baby-sized sentry greets you upon entering the Jamestown Arts Center, where the 2017 Members’ Show, “CREATE/REACT,” runs through Dec. 2. It’s Rebecca Siemering’s “Tuft Enough,” a hand-fringed suit made from betting slips and dental floss. As with many of Siemering’s creations, it embodies an aftertaste of loss and failure — a garment sewn[…..]